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"beigey" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

AstroC?bala C?smica

02:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"beigey" Discussed on AstroC?bala C?smica

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"beigey" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:41 min | 5 months ago

"beigey" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Is that time again. That very special tie and only comes eight times a year. The beige book. The beige book is a report published by the federal reserve bank of the united states. Each of the twelve fed banks around the country contributed a chapter and around here. We love the beige book. It is an economic report but instead of numbers. The beige book relies on stories anecdotes. So economists at federal reserve banks all across the country. The dallas sped the san francisco fed. The boston fed. These start calling. Local businesses and companies and asking them. What's up. how're things in your sector of the economy and each of those reports from each of those banks becomes a chapter in the beige book and here the indicator we have a special place in our hearts for the beige book and when it comes out we like to find a particular anecdote or a fact that one of the federal reserve banks bound that we think rises above the rest and present that bank with an award. Welcome to the beigey awards brought to you by the indicator from money. I'm your co host today. Sarah fellas and i'm stacey bannock smith and today sarah you have a very special. Bg award a first right after the break. We present the first ever beigey achievement award for a bank that went above and beyond and is helping to make an even better face. Imagine it. This message comes from. Npr sponsor intuit quickbooks dedicated to helping small businesses be more successful for those working to achieve their own definition of success. Quickbooks smart suite of business tools is designed to help them get their easy and intuitive services. All in one place available for both mobile and desktop devices learn more at quickbooks dot com. Welcome back to a very special edition of the beigey awards. Stacey the beigey. They're always such an exciting time. But this award. This one in particular is extra special. It really is so to explain. Each entry of the beige book from each federal reserve. Bank is broken down into different sections that examine different parts of the economy like agriculture retail manufacturing. These sections. don't really change much but now one bank is doing something different. Yes and this beijing award goes to the federal reserve bank that added to brand new sections to their beige book. Entry sections that we believe will help contribute to our understanding of the economy for generations to come and the beijing goes to rips envelope rips envelope. That is a real envelope being in of our audience from paper to the federal reserve. Bank of minneapolis. Congratulations minneapolis fed. They made too big additions to their beige book. Entry the first is the addition. This is so exciting of a section called worker experience. Economists talk to individual workers to hear what they're going through rather than just talking to businesses and the second is in addition of a section called minority and women owned business enterprise where they reach out to minority and female business owners to ask them what their experiences have been. Jomon is an economist and regional outreach director at the federal reserve bank of minneapolis. I called him to tell him the good news. Well here at the indicator we awarded called the beige is where we award our favorites entry in the beige book It might shock you to learn the sarah but sometimes people that we award abassi to have not actually heard of the award. That is so shocking. It's such an important word. I know it also creates a a little bit of an awkward situation where i have to explain what. The bg is simultaneously awarding. It and you know. Usually i can just own it. I just own the situation. But this time i did not own it. We wanted to award different kind of like a new kind of beige. I guess sort of well. I guess the sort of achieve like overall achievement word to you guys for entering kind of shaking up the beige book which is not something that could chicken up all that often. So we wanted to award you guys. So are you telling me. We're getting a special beigi. You're getting a special beigey. yes really yes. so how. good god emotions. Running real high over here. Economists are dramatic people one hundred percent. Joe says that the data they've gotten from these news. Actions has already given them a lot of new information for instance. Some of the information from the worker experience action actually help them this economic mystery. That's been brewing for the last year. A lot of employers have been saying for months and months that they cannot find workers they have open jobs and they can't fill them and at the very same time there are millions and millions of unemployed workers. Say they are desperate for a job. But joe says when they started talking to actual workers the mystery started to clear up. They heard from a lot of people who said that there were jobs. They just couldn't take even when they really wanted to take them. For example employers are are really keen to fill twelve hour shifts and these are much more difficult to fill if you have to manage childcare. We're hearing a lot about transportation issues right now in particular. The impact of mass transit cuts in service stories about childcare responsibilities. How expensive childcare is and how hard it is to find and how that's a constraint particularly for women also juices women and minority owned businesses have been harder hit by the pandemic then businesses general. And we know that part of the reason for this is that women and minority owned businesses tend to be concentrated in the service sector retail and hospitality and those have just been especially hard hit by the pandemic also. Those businesses tend to be smaller. So they're more vulnerable to economic changes but and his team also discovered that many of these businesses were also doing worse because they had not taken advantage of government aid. We don't know as much about why but we've heard some sort of compelling stories in one of those stories that particularly among immigrant business owners. They've expressed concerns that applying for aid might jeopardize their future citizenship status. A lot of government funding made available during the pandemic was not supposed to immigration status. But joe says some visa holders were skeptical of that guarantee. Joe says the minneapolis fed expects these new sections to reveal more information like this in the future and that could be helpful in guiding policy and supporting businesses and workers across the economy. Then some ways. This has been on our minds for a really long time. It's been even more prominent on our minds last year. The horror of george floyd staff in minneapolis has made issues of race and representation. Seem even more urgent. There's been. I would say a growing emphasis in the minneapolis fed but also within the federal reserve. More broadly to make sure that we're building more inclusive economy and that we're being more representative more inclusive in the economic data that we look at an guides policy. Good job minneapolis. We are excited to see what you discover in future beige books and also a shout out to all of the federal reserve banks that contribute to the beige book. You guys do great work until the next babies will be reading. This episode of the indicator was produced by sam sei and edited by julie myers. The indicator is a production of npr..

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"beigey" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"beigey" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"You with a different angle on the texans to illustrate my point a little bit more here. We about winning with stars right beginning of the show. You talked about keeping stars. You have a star quarterback he keep it. It's not like the nba. You need to keep your stars when you see when i see a team that has stars coming in. I think they're going to play better right. Because if i say between the texans and the jaguars i know. The jaguars have a future star. Allegedly coming in but trevor lawrence. Look i gotta believe everybody and what they say on on situations about how good he's going to be so i i get that he's coming in. I look at the texans who have just said goodbye to star players and not brought in star players like the when they won the afc south. This is to shawn watson. And it's andre hopkins and it's what in his prime and it's judean clowney and it's toronto matthew and all those guys are gone and some of its age but some of its trades and the texans haven't brought in other star players that tells me hey we're going to get back to that level that we're at. Yeah i mean. Like i hear you i just thing to like. Let's not you. And i lived in connecticut for a long time right and i remember buying a house in connecticut and it was a white house and i liked it. I like that it like a white. And everything there is like cedar shingle siding. Oh yeah and i remember having a conversation with my wife and she was just like. I want to paint the house. You know like why well the every seven to eight or nine years in connecticut because the weather you gotta pay the house. And i think the house was like five or six years old and i'm like all right. Let's so you start negotiating you get it all over the map and then we had them start to paint the house while we were on vacation and we came back and the house like a quarter of it was painted and it was like a gray beigey topi sort of you know the every house and i was like i hate it paying it back. I liked i. I left the white house. I come back. And it's like grey beigey topi. Whatever and the advice that i got was like just they already started. Let them finish. See how you like it at the end now like a week or two weeks and you know it rains and gotta stop and whenever they go by and i'm still mad mad mad then all of a sudden like one day i come home from work and i come driving up bart drive and i turn and look and it's it's done and it's all trimmed out you know the stuff's off the windows..

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"beigey" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"beigey" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Hit you with a different angle on the texans to illustrate my point. Little bit more here. We talked about winning with stars right beginning of the show. You talked about keeping stars. You have a star quarterback he keep it. It's not like the nba. You need to keep your stars when you. I see when i see a team that has stars coming in. I think they're going to play better right. Because if i can say between the texans and the jaguars i know. The jaguars have a future star. Allegedly coming in with trevor lawrence. Look i gotta believe everybody and what they say on on situations about how good he's going to be so i get that he's coming in. I look at the texans who have just said goodbye to star players and not brought in star players when they won the afc south. This is shawn watson and it's deondraye hopkins and it's what in his prime and it's davey and clowney and it's theron matthew and all those guys are gone and some of its age but some of its trades and the texans haven't brought in star players that tells me hey we're going to get back to that level that we're at yeah. I mean like i hear you. I just think that. Let's not you. And i lived in connecticut for a long time right and i remember buying a house in connecticut and it was a white house and i liked it. I liked that it was like a white and everything. There is like cedar shingle. That's the deciding. Oh yeah and i remember having a conversation with my wife and she was like i want to paint the house like why well every seven to eight or nine years in connecticut because the weather you gotta pay the house and i think the house was like five or six years old and i'm like all right. Like let's say you start negotiating. Get it all over the map and then we had them start to paint the house while we were on vacation and we came back and the house is like a quarter was painted and it was like a gray beigey. Toby sort of you know the every house. And i was like i hate it. Paint it back. I liked. I i left. It was a white house. Come back and it's like grey beigey. Toby whatever and the advice that i got was like just they already started. Let them finish. See how you like it at the end now like a week or two weeks and you know it rains. They gotta stop and whatever it is unforgettable. Go by and i'm still mad. Mad mad then all of a sudden like one day i come home from work and i come driving up bart drive and i turn and look and it's it's done. It's all trimmed out. You know the steps off the windows. It's perfect and i was like you know i kinda like it now. To this day. I still liked the white house. Better wasn't just my house. But the point was that we're judging these house like we're in march the remaking a football team..

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"beigey" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

GSMC Baseball Podcast

07:56 min | 10 months ago

"beigey" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast

"Hundred ninety games with his car in his career with philadelphia He always been traded four times. Since twenty twelve angels. To brewers brewers diamondbacks back. Some mariners merced phillies He's set to earn fourteen million in two thousand twenty one. Fourteen point eight And then another fourteen point eight. Twenty two He also seventeen million dollars team option with a one million dollar buyout in twenty twenty. Three you know. Clearing his contract off the books is going to be something that gives the phillies a better. Chance to get real mute back so you can. I would be very surprised if he's not shipped off in the next couple of weeks You know they're going to need some money around. You know all kind of stuff The phillies projected payroll as of twenty. Twenty one is one hundred forty six million thirty nine million dollars lower than it was at the end of twenty twenty. So you know. They're saving a little bit of cash. They'll be able to move. Johnson guerrero which you know who is a good player but by no means a super outstanding player You know it just expect to see him. Go to just go to another team to clear up space for jt. Realm utah The fact that they can pair him with boba shet- and kevin beigey. Oh and of vladimir guerrero in the offense are in the infield of t- toronto. I feel like that will be you know something. That's a little bit pretty exciting. I would feel he'll be the veteran presence you know. He's kind of been there done that you know. He's a solid player. He knows what he's doing Now i think you'll fit in pretty well with that young vibrant offense or everybody i will be taking my final break and we'll be right back to speak on the top ten new free agents so i broke down You know who became a free agent due to the buyouts or the non tendered contracts. Sorry so i'm going to rank them. My top ten newest free agents want to know the latest and soccer that listen to the golden state media concept soccer podcast from mls. The world the premier league. We've got you covered the latest. Update the hottest matches and news on the league's top players. It's the golden state review concepts soccer. Podcasts google listen already everybody. Let's finish this show out and let's rank these new free agents. So i got the top. Ten were base. I pretty much Just base this off of fan graphs. War really. Not much else. I can do about it Some of these guys haven't really seen. But let's start off with cow schwarzer couch warriors. Technically the number one free agent based off of fame graphs war that was released. You know on the non tender contracts as we all know he was a key part like he was one of the biggest names on the world series team in two thousand sixteen returning from tornado. L. l l. c. l. in his knee You know he hit four twelve with a nine seven one o. P. s in the in the world series that year. But he's never really been able to return to that form You know his struggles against lefties. Everybody is well aware of up to this point He's posted a one eighty eight batting average a three await on base percentage and a three ninety three slash line Sorry slugging percentage as a slash line. You know over fifty nine games in twenty twenty so he played almost every game but man he was not very good Yeah i see him. Strictly as an american league player you just completely taken the field away. Maybe you know. I feel like a team that could come up and get him would be the boston. Red sox feel like the red sox would be a team that would run up and give them you know whatever money. He needed You know he's not going to be someone that you're going to have to pay top dollar four especially after the last few seasons but he does have that ability and shows what he can do. I feel like you know. Boston is gonna come in and kind of swoop him up. He seems like a red sock to me You know just putting him at the spot see when he can. Do you know it's kind of a smaller bore ballpark anyways. Besides you know that right field corner So we'll see what What cows walker has in store number two was honda alberto You know so. He was put on waivers four separate times on one offseason. He was but in baltimore. You know he was kind of the man this year. He hit two ninety nine in his first. Two years with the orioles and three put up at three ninety four batting average against left handed pitchers so definitely someone who is going to be sought. After you know. I could see him going to toronto. You know toronto. Got rid of travis. Shaw you know there may be going after john Johnson era. I could see you know hans. Burto going north of the border. See in. what's go- what's what everybody's doing up there you know. I feel like he's going to be the sneaky one. Who's not really the biggest name on the market. But you know it was gonna make a major impact wherever he goes now. My favorite out of all of these is eddie rosario. I expressed my love her earlier in the show You know for the bomba squad. He was the man you know he was he. He was not at the top the list. But you know he did get some ale. Mvp award votes Each of the last two seasons He does not have the best plate disciplined in the world His on base rates are pretty pretty. Low you know. Minnesota might be interested in getting rosario back. But i doubt that you know he'll be. He will voluntarily resign for something. So you know something lower especially when you know kane some. Mvp votes You know with the pop and the strong arm and the outfield. I think that you know one team. To look out for would probably be like the arizona diamondbacks or something maybe even cincinnati maybe cincinnati. My bring him back to play right field. I do not know Next is brian goodwin. So brian goodwin. Speaking of cincinnati reds. You know he was. The reds acquired him from the angels and twenty twentieth deadline. He posted a forty seven p. Plus in twenty games with the reds terrible He can play all three outfield positions He's just one year removed from his best big league season with the angels he had seventeen homers and a.

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"beigey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"beigey" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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"beigey" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"beigey" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu num�rique

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Explainer 187: Who is Kais Saied?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:12 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 187: Who is Kais Saied?

"December Seventeenth Two thousand ten a twenty six year old to nece- and fruit seller cold muhammed boozy and held no rallies preferring trudge door to door to speak to voters directly. He's message was simple he's clean his own man not on the hook left was an unfair advantage while getting elected as an outsider candidate anywhere is no small accomplishment it is also relatively speaking the easy getting sites proposed reforms onto the statute books will require a two-thirds majority in Tennessee as parliament also under Tunis's system as it stands country ten days after that Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled the country he had ruled for nearly a quarter of a century the which point some biographical buck ground president-elect saieed he'll be at least but if it was a success anywhere and we will come back to the size of that if presently it was in the Arab spring's birthplace this past week she to get things done at home it will also require him to apply for his first pass Bolt welts siders who often show up at these things to make some point or other rather than being a serious contender indeed he claimed he'd never even voted before city of Tunis he helped draft Tunis's new post Arab Spring Constitution but displayed little aspiration to political office until two thousand candidates backed by the established parties he turned the nickname. Robo cop from an insult into a compliment side ran almost no advertising president-elect side now has to try governing while toting a considerable burden of expectations and without a party apparatus to support him ends and which side very much wants to change the presidential purview is limited to national security defense and foreign affairs which may limit sides ability Kende Tunisia held its second free presidential election since the Arab spring second free presidential election in its history this one brought forward a few being charges of tax fraud and money laundering the result was inevitable even though site refused to campaign while his opponent was in the clink full swearing what he believes eighteen when he declared himself an independent candidate for the presidency initially cited looked and may have suspected himself to be one of the improbable committee huge field which contested the first round of voting back in September sides austere even do a presence set him apart from the noise generated by the so I need is not regrettably an altogether fresh new liberal broom in the didn't isolated act of desperation he's hostile actors are in the pay of foreigners who felt soles to extremism and terrorism manipulated from outside the country by parties rights as men it is Richard indeed in that context of Middle Eastern politics that he nevertheless appears a stretch better than the average but side account for the moment at least on Tunis's impatient youth roughly ninety percent of eighteen to twenty five year olds voted for him attracted by his detachment context of Middle Eastern politics he is keen on the death penalty much less so on gay people and believes that women should not get to enjoy the same inheritance in the end of this month is a sixty one year old former professor of constitutional law with a modest profile as a public intellectual who taught mostly at the universe to anybody when he made it to the to candidate runoff against nobile career a brash media tycoon who spent much of election season in prison pen who do not wish well on a country determined to persevere how does an island I'm room with over the Arab spring failed in general to promote the blossoming of liberal democracy across the don't to terrorism Tunisian people know how art and culture are important to understand and appreciate months following July's death in office of the previous incumbent elderly political veteran Beigey tweed essentially genesee is new president elected with a from the establishment he should also be helped along by the robust civil society which has helped prevent Yunessi from descending into post Arab Spring Kale it has made considerable progress since Mohammed boozy made his stand and his sacrifice it remains however a considerable stretch from where many unisons would prefer it to be president elect side faces both a challenge and opportunity Monocle twenty four I'm Andrew

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"beigey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Hour number two of the rich Eisen show Kirk Morrison here filling in for rich the eight year NFL veteran post on many platforms that I think that probably summarizes it all off for me Rich is in London as he prepares to call bux panthers this weekend that's what it is Yeah Bucks Panthers in London Man we got we have a rare four window nfl Sunday area where are you going to watch all four games absolutely really after I wake up early anyway so quick up for this sweeping in on Sundays is like seven. AM So I'll miss part of the first quarter so you're GONNA watch all relevant I think I saw a note and I gotta figure out like double check this a little bit later but they haven't had a two winning teams go against each other in London yet I don't it was I read that too with winning records who with winning records so it's always been one teams always waiting recor yes versus a team without a winning two and three right so we don't have any again August yeah but that's an exciting game we'll talk about that a lot more as the show goes on but I I WANNA turn to Houston right because in Houston is a big game going on tonight another game five scenario and a guy who can break down tonight's game between the race and the Astros is one Jon Morosi John joins us now and John Please help me out here because we're in Los Angeles and we're still in the I guess the the morning stages of what happened with the dodgers and now we're thinking could this possibly happen to the Astros tonight against the race Kirk Good Morning Good afternoon on the East Coast it's it's a great question we saw two teams both lose I don't feel yesterday and and certainly there is that pressure that comes with playing at home in a decisive winner take all game that's very real and I believe is a factor for the Astros to to reckon with today they have not played well on the offensive side of the baseball the last three games they've scored seven runs the last three games in many ways they're lucky that there's still alive in this series because they nearly let game to slip away and if that had happened who knows maybe they would already be getting ready for the off season if that was the case for the Houston Astros so they've gotta find a way to get the top of the line up going again springer in Brantley I believe are the two biggest names to watch tonight from Houston to see if they get the traffic on the basis for the big bat in the middle part of lineup but the astros have their as whether you want to call them one eight one eight one beat depending how you look at Colin burland they've got the right guy on the mound they're also facing someone until they're glass now who I thought was very good in the first game of this series and and now they got the deal with him once again and so it should be to dynamic right arms you're gonNA see power stuff on the episode broadcast tonight the beginning of the clock Eastern I can't wait to see how it all plays out going to be a desperate game on both sides with Hugh certainly Houston having a lot more to lose they're they're the team that's expected to win they've got the most wins in baseball this year they're supposed to win this baseball game but as we saw yesterday what is supposed to happen is not always what does happen MLB network and Fox sports the analyst Jon Morosi joining the rich Eisen show Kirk Morrison here filling in for rich so you mentioned as coal versus glass now but when you look at right now in a game five scenario mentioned very lander as well but when you look at both of these I guess relief pitching right now the relievers in this game what do you think has the edge if one of these starters gets touched up early on Tampa Bay because that is their DNA that is how they run games all season long I think however long however long we see glass now go whether it's Diego Sto or Or Nick Anderson who got into a game very early in in games four the earliest he's ever been involved in a game was that game for they've got a million plug on Colin Powell Shea we could see Blake's now come out of the bullpen even see Charlie Morton the former Astro The CY young candidates with the rays pitching in relief today they have the much better setup wants to start relieves the game then Houston does right now Houston and has had some struggling bullpen issues here of late when you think about Ryan Presley still coming back from issue Roberto Osuna had to be rescued there in in the second game of the series so if if the game is tied or even if the Ri is if it's the seventh inning and Cole was out of the game and the razor down a run they'll like their chances whatever the wind probability says Tampa Bay is GonNa like their chances to win the ball all game if they're within Iran or if they are tied or ahead certainly in the seventh inning or later if Garrick holds onto the baseball game Jon Morosi MLB network and Fox sports immobile this joining the rich Eisen show but you know John I know we have gained five tonight in the Al Ds but when you look at last night's in LDS the two games between obviously the cardinals and the braves and obviously the dodgers going against the nationals I'll start with the cardinals and braves just a little bit just kind of what happened how it unraveled so fast and were you expecting more from this braves team they just didn't really show up yesterday I was expecting more Mike Fulton maybe just got a little too amped up in that situation sometimes when when that happens you just don't have the man that you usually do and and I think that was part of the issue yesterday obviously a very flukey error and that from that standpoint to play the role that ballgame has well so it was a combination of factors from Atlanta side of things and obviously good good heading good timing on the part of the cardinals a ten run first inning is not it's something that we ever expect to see and no matter how erratic Pitcher is and I think that was a a an aberration of operations only time ever we've seen it and posted history happened that happened in the first innings so It was very surprising result but at the end of the day Kirk I would tell you that from my perspective the braves Waas this series and game one with with the base running mistake by Ronald the Kuni junior not running ball out a ball off the wall he only got the first base John and and as Brian Mackenzie after the Game Ninety feet the playoff game is a big deal and and that was a significant problem for the braves in that game and and unfortunately for a Kunia as sterling season he's one of the Great Stars of the game you're GonNa have a great career but when there is a fault of a lack of effort in a stage that big that costs your team and your the franchise player that is a very very difficult burden to bear from now until over the braves can advance in the playoffs that that's that's GonNa be part of his his his biography until he can find a way to race and win so that's and and L. numerous players. Brian McCann Freeman Ozzy Albee's after that game criticize their teammate on the record and said that shouldn't happen so clearly a there's a level of frustration there with the player who has the potential the ability to change the game it was a bad look game one and as much as people might want to say well the apes what an embarrassing way to lose game five with that ten run first inning I think in many ways the the the more the more difficult moment for them to have to reckon with is what happened in game one now you mentioned a younger player in the Kuna junior having to kind of go through the growing pains of a Beigey baseball understanding that the playoffs are a little bit different and he's GonNa live with for a while maybe he can change kind of the perception of what happened in this in LDS but I'll shift to the other game and we're talking in about a guy who has been in this league for a long time and has pitched many games but when it comes to the playoffs it's been Clayton Kershaw Kryptonite and last night we saw it again giving up the back to back home runs after you know basically you know getting out of the seventh inning but when you watched last night's game though John what did you see from the dodgers they could have done differently I hate to say that but who's more at fault here is it Kershaw the way he pitched or is it his manager Roberts leaving them in there there's a lot of blame right now kirk to go around with the dodgers I think I it's shared Komo triple parties here I do not believe Dave Roberts put Christiane situation to succeed but also from Clayton standpoint giving up home runs on consecutive pitches would to me indicate that that there was a fly on the game plan and and from his perspective I think Sean Casey made it a good point on MLB network last night the pitch to render zone is forgivable that was down and one of the best hitters in the game got out of the ball art that I don't have a big issue with Chris giving up that home run it did not tie the game at that point in time it was to a righty pitch was relatively well located I can live with it that one but that the cutter up that Soto it out that has to be located that was that was right in the hitting zone the very next pitch it was up it was over the plate and and for for Dave Roberts you put Kershaw in there to get Soto so you've got to get that hitter out that is the guy that Kershaw was still in the game because if he wasn't gonNa have success against Soto then Robertson and made it to deal with Rondo and then live with the possibility of soda doing damage against Miami it was very accountable after the game and speaking about the criticism that he's getting right now and and he said everything that's being said I deserve it he took the loss on his own shoulders there was never an issue of accountability with Clayton Kershaw but the reality is the dodgers were somewhat disorganized and their bullpen late in the season Kenley Jansen Dave Roberts said late in the supposedly was there closer in the division series but he pitch twice once with the team up by six and once when they were down by four that does not sound like the way that you use a closer and and so there was a disconnect between internal external what was going on there how do you now handle Joe Kelly how do you handle sure do you have to bring back reuse a lot of questions right now but the dodgers it'd be a lot easier for them to take if they had won a couple of years ago when they had probably a better chance to do it against the frozen in crucial at game five of that series getaway so I think we sometimes look at.

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"beigey" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Finds a young democracy that may have lessons to to offer established ones just eight years have passed since Tunisia's Arab spring uprising overthrew a dictator four elections since have led to a rapid rapid resolution in voters behavior observers and voters say Tunisians are looking beyond party and personalities and focusing on one thing policies policies when President Beigey Kyd a subsidy died in office this summer an unelected caretaker executive took over with a sixty day constitutional the two tional mandate Tunisia parties and institutions agreed to push through elections at a breakneck speed for the sake of their country that meant sorting through twenty six approved candidates in just two weeks of campaigning yet. Many here are suggesting that this up and coming democracy may have a lesson or two to offer for established Western democracies under siege from populous strongmen ideological divisions and Disinformation Saif Edina Makhlouf a a defense lawyer is the racist youngest candidate the lessons we Tunisians can teach the world is how to go beyond divisions based on ideology race and religion and get to the heart of the matter the solutions he says people here have gone through a crash course on democracy won a battle of ideas not a battle of the ideology or personalities this story was reported by Taylor Lock in Tunis Tunisia for the Monitor Tuesday's special election in GOP leaning district may prove a bellwether for twenty twenty but amid the intense politicking a reporter found small signs signs of openness to talking across party lines. North Carolina has long flirted with being a purple state. It went for Barack Obama by a sliver in two thousand eight but went red in the next two presidential races. The governor is a Democrat. Both senators are Republicans which explains why both parties are treating Tuesday's days special election for North Carolina's ninth Congressional district as a bellwether for twenty twenty. The House seat has gone unfilled since January. After through the midterm election results were thrown out amid allegations of election fraud. Dan McCready the Democratic candidate who's now been running for twenty seven months straight is a political newcomer and military veteran who's pitch has centered largely on biography and kitchen table issues with the campaign slogan country over Party. The Republican candidate Dan Bishop has wrapped himself in President Donald Trump's mantle calling himself A PRO-LIFE PRO gun pro wall conservative have less there be any doubt whom this contest is really about. Mr Trump is holding a rally in Fayetteville Monday night given the composition of the district. Mr Bishop should win says Susan Roberts a political scientist at Davidson College in Davidson North of Charlotte but if Mr McCreevy Eke out a victory that will turn North Carolina into a battleground. This story was reported by Linda Feldmann in Indian trail North Carolina for the Monitor we sent a writer to assess flood damage on a fragile stretch of US shoreline and he found something promising in the debris gratitude for help received head led to heartfelt reciprocity. It is perhaps a truism of dire times the more remote the place the deeper the kinship even as has the Outer Banks Ocracoke island remained under evacuation after Hurricane Dorian the flotilla of charity many ordinary citizens who loaded their own boats with supplies. It was so overwhelming that emergency managers on Sunday warned that kraft would be turned back. It was quite a sight watching all those boats coming in from all over over to help says buddy bring him on his skiff. He recalled a similar site a year ago when boats from ocracoke race to the mainland to resupply communities that still bears heavy scars from Hurricane Florence the force of powerful storms along North Carolina's coast is part historical part geographical but as climate scientists worn of increases in their frequency and intensity. There's been an evolution in the response and local say exponential benefits to reciprocity. We have always had faith based groups that have been great about helping neighbors but now we're starting to see communities themselves creating organizations to assist assist in disaster says Frank Lopez an expert on community resiliency and being as this is the new normal. We're going to have to help ourselves. This story was reported by Patrick Johnson in Cedar Island North Carolina for the monitor many factors affect refugee admissions in the US tensions are growing over balancing humanitarian outreach with an increasingly close borders political climate as the world's. It's refugees number a record twenty five point nine million the US is welcoming in historic lows since the modern refugee program began in nineteen eighty this week the trump administration is considering another cut to refugee admissions for the upcoming fiscal year or scrapping the program entirely the white it houses consideration has raised worries among resettlement experts besides humanitarian concern for those who may never reach the US experts also warn of consequences lances for already resettled refugees and implications for the communities. They've helped revitalize research shows that refugees economic contributions the two American communities outweigh the initial costs to resettle them refugees in Southeast Michigan generated about two thousand jobs in two thousand sixteen alone according to a recent study by Global Detroit in fact Global Detroit director. Steve Bachmann seize local level collaborations that route for immigrants success as as an emerging trend he says there's a huge growth of community and economic development leaders who are thinking of their own self interest from the region who have embraced refugee the resettlement and immigration as a strategy really to revitalize their economies. This story was reported by Sarah too sick for the Monitor Why should inspiration be limited to one gender. Grassroots efforts are aimed at making the stories of all athletes regardless of sex known to the public the first step engaging fans public interest in events like the soccer World Cup and the US Open tennis tournament often belies the fact that women make up forty percent of athletes but are featured in four percent of Coverage League after League has struggled to gain traction with fans sounds even as hundreds of thousands of girls and young women have growing access training opportunity to continue and excel athletic careers for some groups advocating advocating for change the fans rather than the media are the target. She is a group that debuted in two thousand eighteen elevate women in their sports is on track Iraq to send five thousand fans to women's professional matches this year and hopes to grow that number to fifty thousand by twenty twenty five for Brenda Andres the former former commissioner of the Canadian women's Hockey League and Co founder of she is. It's a place to start. We're asking the entire population to not just say they are a fan of women's sports but to actually purchase a ticket or watch it because that's what makes the difference. This story was reported by Kendra Nordine Bianco for the Monitor now commentary on Afghanistan from the Monitor's editorial board after nearly a year herb negotiations with the Taliban president. Donald Trump abruptly ended the talks on Saturday with a string of twitter messages the reason the Taliban killed twelve people last week including including an American soldier with so little regard for life. The terrorist group could hardly be expected to make good on a deal that would have required a ceasefire leading to withdrawal of United States forces. The News brought a sigh of relief to many Afghans who worry Mr trump might be putting a US pullout ahead of preserving the country's progress in Basic Zeke rights and democratic freedoms even more than relief the breakdown in talks renews the focus on exactly what the Taliban most oppose elections on September twenty eighth Afghans will cast ballots for president the seventh election since the two thousand one ouster of the Taliban for all the flaws the voting and infighting among Afghan leaders the ballot box still confers a moral legitimacy far above that claimed by the militants negotiations with the Taliban bond will fare better the longer that group continues to see Afghans braved threats and line.

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"beigey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Because well he's afraid of bar taking up seriously. This is the argument that bar would be taking up too much time with his answers. We've all seen congressional hearings. We have very talented members. They has very good questions. But a five minute rules is not conducive to fellow. We've seen repeatedly administration witnesses including its general von spend the first point eight minutes. Filibustering the second of the last minutes giving nine responsive answer. And then it's onto the expressive. That's a load Scott. You've watched a lot of these hearings. Yes. The problem is almost never the witness filibustering. No, what is the problem the questioner guess filibustering who decides to give a speech because they need the sound bite or they need to headline. They could care less about what the sponsors just a sampling from yesterday. This was not Bill bar taking too much time. Here's beigey Hiroto. Lanes. Do. Now, the American people know that you are no different from Giuliani or Kellyanne Conway people who sacrificed their was decent reputation for the Griff during sits in the office. You wants to down a job offer from Donald Trump to represent him as private attorney confirmation hearing. You told Senator Feinstein full three of a question anywhere in the future. The attorney general is not the same as representing the president. So, you know, the difference, but you've chosen to be the president's lawyer inside with him over the interest of the American people to start with you should never have been involved in supervising the Muller's investigation or cash just go to LA and wait for that rail to Hawaii. She wrote a nineteen page unsolicited memo, which you admit was not based on facts, attacking the premise. Here on the ledge. Attorney general Robert Stein recused himself enough that speech actually went on for five and a half serious. And captain Matt is out there saying it's the witness who waste too much time that went on for five and a half minutes drone. Oh my gosh. Before any question was asked. Was there a question in there anywhere? I don't even remember what the question was. Because there's there's a lot of preamble here. Obviously. That was. Smack the elbow bar because he's knotting on take. Well, at President Trump waited on on the on his attorney general skipping. The hearing today. Differently than anybody else for many many years. They've never done it this way with bringing in outside counsel or something than people that supposed to be able to do their own talking. Next up on Scott takes wanna know if you're feeling guilty about not being nice to the environment. U street music. Do I.

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"beigey" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Tonight on all in president. Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today. The alarm bells keep sounding the president of the United States is a clear and present danger to the national security of the United States tonight new reporting that President Trump is pursuing Vladimir Putin's agenda on NATO with former CIA director John Brennan and Senator Mark Warner then Trump's pick to oversee the Muller pro faces the Senate that is vitally important that the special counsel be allowed to complete his investigation. Senator beigey Hirono on all of your shirt, William bar would not give plus Democrats March on the Senate as a suffering from the Trump shutdown continues on February's rented, do we? The house votes to announce Steve king. I thought you all knew me. Well, and Senator Sherrod Brown joins me live with an announcement. When you love this country. You fight for the people who make it work when all in starts right now. Good evening from New York. I'm Chris Hayes it flooded. Putin has one overriding geopolitical goal even before lifting. Sanctions it is to destabilize western governments and undermined the NATO lines that Putin views as a direct threat to Russia today. The Brexit initiative promoted by Russia during the campaign plunged Europe further nikei ause after the British parliament rejected the prime minister's plan for withdrawal from the you here at home, the US government is still in the grips of the longest shutdown in its history with absolutely no end in sight. Thanks to a president elected. We all remember with Russia's help. And now is the nation confronts. A very real possibility American president is working for whatever reason to advance Russian interests. We get news. The president has been pushing one of Putin's top priorities behind the scenes after the revelations at the FBI opened a counterintelligence investigation into whether the president has been working on Russia's behalf. And that the president is. Taking steps to conceal his talks with Putin from his own advisers, including confiscating interpreters notes, New York Times now reports the president has told aides he wants to pull the US out of NATO and not just once he said to have brought it up over and over again throughout the last year. According to the times members of the president's national security team, including Defense Secretary Jim Mattis managed to hold the president off. But since then Mattis resigned in protest specifically citing his commitment to US allies and their efforts to counter Russia in his public resignation letter on our show last night. My colleague, Rachel maddow's talked to a former senior Justice department official who knows a lot about how Russia promotes interests around the globe, David Lofton resigned last year as chief of DOJ's intelligence and expert control section a job. He held when the F B I opened its investigation into the sitting president knowing what he knew then and knowing what we've all learned over the last few days. This was Louth men's reaction. I think there's a combination of things we can point to in the public record now. The unbelievable acquiesce to Putin and Helsinki. That was positively shocking to those of us who have worked in nationals carry all of our lives, all the.

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"beigey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Interviewer and he's saying, basically, he's going to clear his name. That's the allegations against him are not going to detract him from, you know, fighting for this nomination essentially, and that he is prepared testifying Thursday as he said. So it's, he seems to be pretty emotional Ed during the interview. So how that's going to play with 'em with with the public remains to be seen. Of course, it is on Fox News which is significant extreme, have pro Trump channel. So presumably the people who are opposed to brecca are are the exact same people who are going to remain opposed to no matter what he says at this hearing. But he is beginning on Thursday in front of the Senate Judiciary. And there's no suggestion that he's going to withdraw his nomination at this point, all the latest on the allegations against him because we now have two women who've come forward. Yes, yes. And that's why things have really, etc. In the last twenty four hours to quote someone here just such me, it's not. He said versus she said, a t said versus day set. A second Gatien emerged overnights in yorker has reported that fifty three year old former years. She didn't accuses said the bread Kavanagh exposed himself Cenci during a party at Yale back in the eighties around year after the initial allegation by Christine blazey forward is said to have taken place. Now, other newspapers have not verified this account. So what we've seen today is a real change whether Republican party they are coming out fighting on this last week were very careful to say they were going to give the accuser her ju. We're going to listen to Christine beigey Ford about her allegations of sold. This time. We have seen the Republican party take a much stronger stumps. They have the White House statement basically calling a smear campaign by Democrats, Kellyanne Conway called it a vast left wing. Spiracy conspiracy last week she was giving some sympathy to the accuser. So I think that assigned props of how worried the Republican establishment is at this stage thought the nomination seemed so secure now could be derailed is a no sign whatsoever of any nervousness about this about any Republicans because the obvious retort to this gestures. This is all some sort of confected smear campaign is that there were no such allegations raised against Neal, Gorsuch Trump's previous supreme court nominee whose confirmation went through fairly on hindered presumably because there were no stories of this sort of no accusations of this sort looking and Gorsuch is past. Yeah, I'm into key issue is that Republicans are in control of the Senate, but they only have a slim majority. So focusing our turning two to three Senate Republicans who have not yet said they will endorse Kabanov endorse covenant on these include Senator Susan Collins of mayo, two feet, Maine. Two female senators have not yet said they will endorse commoner today. There were widespread protests in the US Senate buildings, and particularly outside Susan Collins office at women urging her not to vote for Brett covenant. So Republicans cannot afford to lose those votes at this point. So all either going to be on these two or three senators who've not yet said whether they're going to endorse Cavanaugh or not. So just finally, then in very briefly, what does actually happen next beyond Covernor giving this interview this interview broadcast in a couple of hours all either going to turn to Thursday, Christine lady for the the original accuser at will appear publicly at Senate Judiciary committee in Washington, and it seems after she speaks, Brad Kavanagh would appear to be questioned by Senate by senators on the committee extraordinary scenes. Nobody sold this this coming just a week ago. And so how both perform, how they come across in those hearings is going to really, really dictate how this is going to pay weather. Republicans conman. Ford was confirmation process summer saying they want to vote as early as Tursday Friday. As soon as this test me finished, but remains to be seen if that would be the case. After at misfortune, testifies, Suzanne always for joining us. You're listening to the daily on monocle twenty four..

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"beigey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing

"Twenty four and finally at twenty six minutes policy, twelve here in London. We'll have a look through today's at newspapers with the Monaco's at colada. Rabelo color. Thanks for jumping in. What have you found? Let's start off today with the New York Times. This is the international edition and they have a report here about how this there's shifts on the voting rights in the US. Now this is about, of course the Trump administration's position on voting rights versus the previous administration Obama and how now they're focusing more on fr. Rod and then actually access. What does means is that a series of bills had been passed by the Obama administration to prevent that certain states would pass laws as demanding, voter, ID, or redefining the law, the the map, the voting map where where certain district's would be sort of certain minorities are not being -cluded in favouring certain candidates, all of those are being rolled back by the Trump administration, which instead says, now it's better for us to tackle fraud than that. And there's a lot of studies that say that actually frauds voter fraud and in the United States is actually very minimal and the issue of the voting rights demanding an ID really does involved in the Republican vote. So it is clear here more or less water trying to achieve when they're just hiding behind that facade of that. They're trying to track tackle fraud and. Just last Thursday. The congress passed the appropriations Bill, which. Didn't feature the Democrats proposal to add extra funding to for election securities. So to avoid hacking to happen again, this we're talking about three hundred and eighty million dollars that would go a big way to try to prevent hacking in the midterms and then the presidential elections later and they voted against it. So tackling fraud, I'm not sure I'm buying that wants to vote five steps backwards and no surprise to not find some evidence based thinking in the Trump administration it yet again, color her. Let's move along. What else have you found in the financial times? Yes. The financial times has interesting story about Tunisia and how the president beigey Kyd SEB's e is pushing for new law to ensure there's equality in inheritance between men and women. Now, this is the first in the Arab world that this discussion is having is happening. So traditionally legislation that derives from his lamb gives males. Sentence twice the share of females and to coincide with Tunisia's Women's Day, which was yesterday. The president was saying how you know it is important that the country's secular constitution reflects that equality. Now, if you follow as Lama and you want to opt in to that, then you can to continue the practice, but it will be by law that if nothing stated, then there should be quality when it comes to inheritance, which is quite an amazing thing. And you know, Tunisia is the only country after the Arab spring that was able to fully move to democracy the despite the protests and the violence that shoe ensued so is really nice to see that this sort of conversation about women's rights is actually happening and didn't get lost in the mix. Absoulutely conversation is the the, the first step in many, many cases, isn't it. Let's move along finally youth, which means if off to now the daily exactly the Daily Telegraph and this is a fantastic story about this aristocrat that is suing France for three hundred and forty million pounds over his claim or his family's claims to Monaco's throne, Alex plane. Basically, this this gentleman, Louis, the costs are says that in the early twentieth century, France threatened to annex Monaco if it didn't change the laws of succession. And this was because there was no apparent hair to thrown. And the next in line would be a German and French did not want to German in Detroit. So Monaco complied and change the laws to recognize the legitimate illegitimate daughter of one of the monarchs and this branch of the Grimaldi family who is now in power in Monaco, became the rulers completely missing out debris. Of the here, the plaintiff, Louis CASA, and he's saying he and his lawyer quoted and a piece both say we do not want to dethrone Prince Albert of Monaco. We just want France to play some money..

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"beigey" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"It is a lot smaller obviously than the actual fatburger which was as you know huge but that's they were extracted in little pieces so that's as much as we could get for the time but it's enough to show how disgusting it is what is what is the texture and i appreciate that some of our listeners may just be sort of having having their breakfast i mean we're talking sort of like a lump of lot of butter well that's interesting it does look a bit the color of lard but it's actually harder than that it's kind of turned into a soap there's not a not a sheet ration the texture but it sort of it has changed color over time to a little bit it's beigey white timmons going little bit darker who and we have a bit of a chocolate wrapper sticking out of it which is just a nice touch it's been pretty woman in london in the past few days what what's been the impact what's what's happened to the the exhibit over the past days breaks quit lucky we have air conditioned gallery so actually it's it hasn't it changed when he couldn't on display did develop some little bit of mold who flies supplies hatching out of it and the case at south it's an a double case it did form some condensation on the inside of the case but actually because we're air conditioned it actually hasn't affected it and in the last week or so but if it is changing and it sounds like it sort of basically alive if there are flies hatching out of it yes yes may come and go what what what can you do to preserve it i mean is that is that the aim if you want to keep it there that is the big question no one's ever tried to preserve something like this before it's it's an unknown but we're willing to to have a go and we're talking to colleagues and other museums for example tate modern preserves all sorts of unusual things so into a good source of information and network now known for this route thing sorta international conservation community as as anyone smelt it i mean presumably if you're going to do in the case i wasn't i didn't have that pledge here but other stood at the very beginning it did smell how many fed like wet nappies yuck and if you're still listening that was helen gani aris from the museum of london and that's all from us by now but there will be an updated version of the global news podcast later if you want to comment on this podcast or the topics covered in it you can send us an email the address is klobuchar cast at bbc dot co dot uk i'm nick miles until next time goodbye.

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"beigey" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on No Agenda

"Just you know i just love that they denounce it will they liars now they are also i've i've changed the the word ai instead of artificial intelligence i'm calling it artificial interpretation i was playing with mike croft throughout the weekend you know trying to get it to work properly the the open source talking tube which is pretty good except it doesn't have an array and all of it is just interpretation i think we should continue to use that term i'm not gonna use it doesn't make any sense to me it's artificial interpretations exactly what it is it's interpreting the i would use the term bullshit rather than one of those terms skip logic bullshit shit i did have thought though for any any dude's name ben out there who want to make some real artificial interpretation bullshit why not have a bought that connects to my i'm observing which also tells me when an email is mark read or on red or cetera and train it that way it seems like the thing that you could really change the world you know if you could fix email it really i would be so happy i think it's positing feel working on this constantly no no well sure that we have spam beigey in spam logic which is kind of the core of artificial intelligence or as you call it bullshit and i agree i'm agreeing with you on that but it seems like if you fix that if you really fix what each individual person deems important.

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"beigey" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

Le journal de 7h00

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on Le journal de 7h00

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"beigey" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"beigey" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What number are we on to give you we're on twelve which you unofficially gave us already what did i give you marcus and marcus from memories my twelve favorite so i thought i gave you moccasins already tonight is that official now well that's what i thought i gave it to you already yesterday on an eleven eleven is no ten claim number up at you know continue your thoughts i mean please i'm sorry i interrupted you on reuben foster i wanna know what color moccasins first of all i mean is it a brown it's a color it's like a it's a it's a beigey beijing light brown twelve do you have any thoughts you have any thoughts on ruben foster absolutely it's exactly what you talked about the idea that once you have set the precedent that we're not gonna wait for the law to rule on this that are sent to morality supersedes that of the laws of the land yes our favorite game besides they've got i don't think that's fair what just happened name it's fair in any way but we gotta respect the bad we got respect magic creative content and that music lamar texans nfl future it's not even a question.

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